Mar 30 2011

Normal Games (Kilograms AU)

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QUICK TIP: If you don’t have enough energy for the amount of playing, stroke an Xanthos. Make sure that the foal you are playing with is the horse with the lowest energy. Don’t try to play extra games with extra energy – you may run out of time (which will drop the energy for the next day).

Maybe wait another real-life day to train the foal again so you can use the extra energy from the Xanthos again.

 

8 MONTHS
1.5 hr pasture // groom // 1 hr playing // 1 hr pasture //feed (3.5 kg min) // 7 hr playing // turnip // 1 hr playing // stroke //carrot//drink

10 MONTHS
1.5 hr pasture // groom // 8 hr games // turnip // 1 hr playing // stroke // carrot // drink // feed (whatever needed)

1 YEAR
1.5 hr pasture // groom // 9 hr playing // turnip // 1 hr playing // stroke // carrot // drink // feed (min 4 kg)

1 YEAR 2 MONTHS
30 min pasture // groom // 1 hr playing // feed (whatever needed) // 9 hr playing // turnip // 1 hr playing // stroke // drink //carrot

1 YEAR 4 MONTHS
30 min pasture // groom // 1 hr playing // feed (min 5 kg)// 10 hr playing // turnip // carrot // 2 hr playing // stroke // drink

54 responses so far

54 Responses to “Normal Games (Kilograms AU)”

  1. crazycodprincesson 19 Jan 2013 at 6:30 am

    hi,
    this really help me! thank you :)

  2. SwallowTailon 28 Jun 2013 at 5:51 am

    If anyone had problems of not having enough energy replace turnip with stroke then have turnip where stroke was

  3. horse lovin girlon 04 Sep 2014 at 2:49 pm

    hi I just did the foal games with my horse but at the last step my horse whent to bed with 17% energy and it was at midnight

    is this supposed to happen?

  4. darklighton 13 Oct 2014 at 11:30 am

    Now this is the foal game that I like, it might not be in pounds but it is better than Dr Zig foal games and I have to use my brain a little to make the little changes needed.

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